Dr. Sulaiman Al-Saqabi presents a lecture at Prince Nasser Al-Sudairi Hospital
Dr. Al-Saqabi presents a lecture at Prince Nasser Al-Sudairi Hospital about the Blood vital signs in determining the course of COVID-19 disease
A group of MU students won first place in the hackathon launched by King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS) at the National Guard in Riyadh. More than 60 innovative projects from 13 Saudi universities participated in the hackathon.
MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, honored the College for its participation in the Student Projects Forum with nine excellent student projects in all majors of medical sciences for the year 1444.
The students who participated are :
The college is inviting students, who are expected to complete first-year requirements, to write down their major preferences not later than January, 1st, 2023, via this link:
The College is holding more meetings to discuss the requirements for academic accreditation of two undergraduate programs: Medical Laboratory Sciences and Nursing.
Feedback and improvement plans were discussed in preparation for the final validation and approval sessions.
The College, represented by the Student Activities Unit, held an event entitled (A Healthy Future for All), which aims to highlight the national efforts in serving and developing health care, ways to improve patient outcomes, as well as developing human cadres in this field, innovations in medica
The College Council held its thirteenth session for this year which was headed by the Dean of the College, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, and in the presence of the members of the Council. Many topics related to academic and administrative affairs were discussed in the college.
The college, represented by the Relations and Documentation Unit, held the first meeting in the college's diwaniya, with Dr. Ahmed Al-Assaf (Vice-Dean of the College for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research) in the presence of a number of students, faculty members and staff.
The college held several meetings to discuss the academic accreditation requirements for the Master's programs in Physiotherapy and Biomedical Engineering. Feedback and improvement plans were discussed to prepare for validation and accreditation sessions.
The College Council held its eleventh session for this year and was chaired by the Dean of the College, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, and in the presence of the members of the Council. Many topics related to academic and administrative affairs were discussed.
The Dean of the College, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, the winners of the Ideal Employee Award for the months (May, September and October). They are:
The Dean of the College, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, inspected the progress of final exams for the master's programs in the college to ensure that an appropriate atmosphere is created for students, wishing them success.
Announcement: The College intends to participate in the (Health Innovation Hackathon 2023)
Students wishing to participate must register via the following link
The Dean of the College, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, inspected the progress of final exams for all departments of the College to ensure that the appropriate atmosphere is created for the students, wishing them success.
The college, represented by the Department of Biomedical Equipment Technology, organized a field visit to Prince Nasser bin Saad Al-Sudairy Hospital to introduce students to the types of medical imaging equipment.
The college, represented by the Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging, held an awareness initiative on the International Day of Radiology to introduce the types of radiation and the methods used for radiation protection.
The college, represented by the Department of Biomedical Equipment Technology, organized a visit for students to Tumayer Public Hospital to educate students about the stages of maintaining medical imaging equipment.
The College, represented by the Community Service Unit, held an initiative to celebrate the international day of arthritis and osteoporosis at female department. Osteoporosis is the most common cause of arthritis and affects millions of people all over the world.
The college conducted standardized measurement tests (Progress Tests) for all college students in undergraduate programs for the first semester of the academic year 1444 AH in order to measure the learning outcomes of the academic programs in the college.